Can you recall missing important NFL games for those that were 'regional?'

dodge

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what I dont understand is why not every market does not get at least 4 games every week, they should have 2 on cbs and 2 on fox. Some weeks we only 1 get 1 game on each networkd, c'mon nfl show us 4 evey week does not matter who plays.
 

BillD1984

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what I dont understand is why not every market does not get at least 4 games every week, they should have 2 on cbs and 2 on fox. Some weeks we only 1 get 1 game on each networkd, c'mon nfl show us 4 evey week does not matter who plays.


I totally agree! :up


At least now in week 17, they allow both networks to show doubleheaders.
 

HD MM

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I thought that game was on FOX.

When an NFC team visits an AFC team, the game is televised on FOX.

That's right Sabres. The '07 Browns/Seahawks game was on FOX. I remember clearly now. This was all the more reason for such outrage that the CBS televised Pats/Colts game was not on in my area. Some kind of contract that disalows another game opposite the Browns game.

*EDIT- Sorry Ice and Bill. You beat me too it. Good explanation. Anyways, The Cleveland area was going nuts they didn't get the chance to see the "biggest matchup in ages" (2 unbeaten teams going head-to-head in week 9). I know people who signed up for the Sunday Ticket, just for the sole purpose of having access to this single game! The bar I went to was packed. Of course most of us were wearing our Browns jerseys, but being able to see the battle of the unbeaten's was definitely a treat in it's own.

BTW, that Browns/Seahawks game may have been one of the best games last year that no one saw! A thrilling overtime delight!
 

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